Amid the din and confusion in Rutland Township in recent years, some silver linings have emerged.
When you’re reading this, I’ll have already sat in the movie theater, sang along to “Be our Guest,” and re-experienced childhood all over again. Yes, I’m talking about seeing the much-anticipated remake of Beauty and the Beast. Confession: I’ve had my tickets since January.
Remember the Hollywood movie, “The Perfect Storm?” It was the fictional story of an ocean storm that turned into a disaster for a group of fishermen.
Each year the Woodchucks usually hold two furniture repair days for residents. One is in April and one is in October. 30-40 Woodchucks are available in the shop on these days to repair loose chairs, broken tables, broken picture frames and other wooden items needing repair.
Besides being a high school teacher for more than thirty years, I spent about fifteen years helping young Americans learn for themselves what it means to be an American.
Spring has sprung, and the grass has riz’!
Heart disease is the U.S. #1 cause of death, responsible for one in every four deaths.
Now is the time to put away the snow blower, clean up the lawnmower, and most importantly, get the bat bag out from storage and get ready to play Sun City Softball.
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- Taking time to see the moon and other miracles
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- Huntley construction projects get the green light
- Goodnight, iPhone
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